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sorry, i use the enter key alot instead of using periods.

should have previewed what i wrote.

hope you can understand that huge blob of writing.^^;

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Posted in: Roughed up by the cops in Shinjuku See in context

woah! a similar thing happened to me on tuesday! i was walking home from mcdonalds and these two cops in a car stopped me and asked to see my belongings as this happens to me often, i checked up on my rights on the internet a while back and read that i was legally allowed to refuse their request, at which point i did after refusing several times, a second cop came out of the car and grabbed my arm i asked that he let go and not touch me but he ignored me and pulled and tugged at me then i tried to take evidense of this and took out my phone to take a video then the cop tried to grab my phone saying i wasnt allowed to take videos or pictures then i asked that we go to a koban because his behavier wasnt appropriate and i wanted withness's other then his partner again they refused eventually they asked to see my ID which i handed to them and i then asked the cop who was constantly grabbing on me to see his ID to take down his information at which point he flashed his badge for a split second although i asked, he wouldnt show it again then they finally told me i could go then i tried to take a picture of their car's license plate so i had some info on who they were so i could report them, at which point the cop grabbed my phone, tugged really hard causing the screen to break i was able to take a few videos for evidense, they were saved on my SDcard i immediately went to a near by police station to report all this, but was sent away because the cops werent one of theirs i went to komagome police station and the cops were apparently sugamo police but finally i was able to get the Komagome police to do something he alerted sugamo police of what happened and i was told to go to their police station but i was already pissed enough and didnt want to have to spend money (which i am really short on) to go to sugamo's police station, so i went to a sugamo koban where i told my story to sugamo police via phone they told me they would get back to me the next day two senior police officers came to my home the next day at noon to check out my phone for evidense they took pictures and tood me that they would not compensate for the repairs because it was my fault the cop broke my phone because i refused the cops request for a search (which i am legally allowed to), i became "ayashii" and then because i tried to to a video for evidense, which in japan you arn't allowed to whichout permission taking pictures of video or recording sound for evidense is apparentlly illegal in japan, so said the two senior cops i really doubt how much of what they said is true, probably just sheilding his cop buddy they told me if i didnt like the results, i could sue them but then i told them that would just cost me even more money then the repairs itself and that i didnt have the money for legal services and even if i did win, the costs for legal services would be much more then what i would get for the repairs i asked them that since i didnt have the money and was poor, i couldnt proceed any further and take any legal actions, it automatically ment that they are right and i am wrong and theres nothing i could do about it and they told me thats pretty much how the legal system works so i looked up on the net for free legal advice and found some i called, and although i was redirected around i was finally able to get a reservation for some free counsaling i go today to see if theres anything i can do though i doubt its much since even though i can get free legal adivice taking legal action will cost me money...

i used these homepages oh, and just to let you know, im japanese but i grew up in the states so my japanese kinda sucks (elementary level) so thats why i sought legal advice for foreigners since i cant even read or write a word of kanji

http://japan.usembassy.gov/e/acs/tacs-legal.html http://www.horitsu-sodan.jp/english/ http://www.nichibenren.or.jp/en/legal/counceling.html

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